All the Gopurams have been painted during Samprokshanam conducted during the year 2004 and 2005. All the Gopurams are well maintained and they are decorated with serial lights.
The Maha mandapam, and the Thiruvaimozhi Prabanda Mandapam, show distinctive architecture of Pre-Pallava period. The perceptible differences seen in the structures in the main shrine and the mandapam in front, show that the mandapams are added later to the original shrine by the subsequent rulers. The Mandapam in front of Sri Parthasarathy swamy called Thiruvoimozhi Prabandha Mandapam, contains peculiar figures of Pre-Pallava period. The figures in the Kalyana Mandapam, four pillared mandapam in front of the temple and the Hanumar temple on the eastern side tank are of Vijayanagara Art. Except Sri Parthasarathy swamy shrine, other shrines have been renovated in the beginning of the century and shrine of Sri Vedavalli Thayar and the 36 pillared mandapam in front of the temple were built in the later part of the last century.